Jon Phillips

Editor-in-Chief

Jon is the Editor-in-Chief of PCWorld, Macworld and TechHive. He's been covering all manner of consumer hardware since 1995.

Samsung 'adjusts' Note7 production following fresh spate of fire reports

7 high-tech gadgets for wine, beer and cocktail lovers

7 high-tech gadgets for wine, beer and cocktail lovers

We've been drinking alcoholic beverages for 8,000 years. So isn't it time for some real innovation?

OS X Yosemite: Macworld's complete guide to Apple's new feature-packed OS

OS X Yosemite: Macworld's complete guide to Apple's new feature-packed OS

Ever since its beta release, we've been combing through Yosemite to tease out its most useful and interesting features. Here's guided tour through all the stories we've posted so far.

Meet Apple Watch, the new Apple smartwatch with a clever new navigation scheme

Meet Apple Watch, the new Apple smartwatch with a clever new navigation scheme

Apple's new $350 wearable supports mobile Apple Pay payments and a raft of health and exercise features. But its most novel feature may be it "Digital Crown" navigation interface.

These old-timey Radio Shack photos prove techies have been nerding out since 1931

These old-timey Radio Shack photos prove techies have been nerding out since 1931

Vintage Radio Shack styleImage by Radio ShackRadio Shack first opened its doors in 1921 to serve radio officers stationed on ships in Boston Harbor. Today, the chain has more than 4,000 stores across the U.S., all of them packed with...

Google I/O 2014: What to expect as Google increases its focus on 'connected' tech

Google I/O 2014: What to expect as Google increases its focus on 'connected' tech

An increased emphasis on wearables, the living room, and even cars will likely define the keynote of Google's annual developer conference.

When the PC is obsolete, how will you do this, and this, and this?

When the PC is obsolete, how will you do this, and this, and this?

Take a tour of the PC's greatest talents.

Images from the dawn of the PC era

Images from the dawn of the PC era

The age of innocence The PCWorld.com web domain was created on April 24, 1992, but our oldest retrievable online content is from 1998—and it's so damn quaint, you'll be wondering if our editors were creating web graphics...

CES 2013: Amazing spectacles and awkward moments

Did that just happen?

Microsoft's 13 biggest wins and fails of 2012

Microsoft's 13 biggest wins and fails of 2012

It's been a busy year for Microsoft, including its challenges to Apple and Google on mobility

20 must-know Windows 8 tips and tricks

Windows 8 is rife with features and behaviors that conspire to perplex even the most experienced PC users. Not all of them are bad, per se, but few of them are immediately intuitive. Making matters worse, the OS was primarily designed...

5 Ways Windows 8 Beats iOS

Consider first that I've been a daily iPad user since the day the tablet launched. I've never had much affinity for MacOS and Apple desktops, but I have literally used either the iPad, iPad 2 or new iPad every day since April 3, 2010....

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